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Blue Sky Actors “Nice” – Training Video #2 of 3

July 5

“Nice To Train You, To Train You… Nice!”

It’s “Nice” being a Blue Sky Actor – So nice in fact that we have created a 7 stage training programme that means that YOU can become an honorary Blue Sky Actor… IF you can complete the 7 stages!

This training video is brought to you by team ‘Rainbow Chickens’! – in it, you will learn about the skills and key phrases needed to succeed as a Blue Sky!   

“We have lots of Blue Sky phrases and sayings that we use in the group and they are important to know if you are going to be a Blue Sky Actor.” – Team Rainbow Chickens 

Good Luck Darlings!

Credits: Team Rainbow Chickens: Annalise, Asim, Alan, Ellen, Adetoun, Ade, Ellen, Shona, Neil, Briony and Sarah-Jane  

This interactive performance piece is a multi-platform, durational performance. Please visit Blue Sky Actors: Nice To Train You! (blueskynice.org.uk) for more information about the project.

*All ‘Trainee’ places for this event have now been filled – but please keep checking in on the website for updates and for more information about the performance project. 


July 5


Face Front Inclusive Theatre
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